Brady is a four-time Emerging Playwright Award winner with San Francisco Bay Area-based PlayGround, where she is a resident playwright. PlayGround has staged dozens of Brady's short plays, fully producing four of them in their annual Best Of PlayGround Festival. They have commissioned three of her full-length plays, Feets Too Big, Mushroom Boy and The Sum of All Parts. Brady was also commissioned by the Marin Theatre Company's Youth Conservatory to write the full-length musical melodrama, Lickety Split (music and lyrics by Jef Labes.) Her short play, Dear Douchebag, was a 2011 Heideman Award finalist, and her play, Sewermonster Diaries, was adapated for radio by KQED's Writers' Block.
With her background in physical theatre and clowning, Brady's plays feature inventive characters (for example: a sewermonster, a turkey sandwich and several severed body parts) and strong comedic parts for women. As a playwright, Brady loves collaboration and working in an ensemble, and her plays offer opportunities for a wide variety of performing genres including puppetry, clowning and dance. Brady has also written sketch comedy for Fogtown Network, Killing My Lobster and her own comedy trio, The Kloons.